Sixteen Mahajanapadas and Janapadas

Sixteen Mahajanapadas

Sixteen Mahajanapadas Mahajanapadas: They were sixteen strong kingdoms that existed in ancient Indian history from the sixth century BCE onwards. At the age of the Buddha, sixteen large states called Mahajanapadas existed. The Jain texts also contain references to the existence of sixteen Mahajanapadas. The Mahajanapadas were mostly situated north Read more…

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Agricultural systems in the world: A brief introduction

Agricultural systems in the world: A brief introduction

Agricultural systems in the world: A brief introduction of agricultural systems definition of Agriculture: Farming or agriculture is the practice of cultivating plants and livestock. It played a very important role in the development of human civilization. The development of agriculture enabled the human population to grow many times larger Read more…

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Human geography: Nature and scope

Human geography: Nature and scope

Human geography: Nature and scope Human geography deals with the relationship between the physical/natural and the human worlds, the spatial distribution of human phenomena and how they come about, and the social and economic differences between different parts of the world. What is spatial distribution? Spatial distribution in statistics is Read more…

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Africa physical map with desrts highlands

Continent Africa

Continent Africa Introduction: Africa is the second largest continent in terms of area after Asia. It covers an area of 30,065,000 sq.km. It is also the second most populous continent after Asia. It covers 6% of Earth’s total area and 20% of its land area. The continent is surrounded by Read more…

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Mind Map of Buddhism

Buddhism: Teaching, Spread, and Causes for Decline

Buddhism: Teaching, Spread, Causes for Decline and contribution to Indian Culture Causes of origin of Buddhism: The complex rituals and sacrifices during the later Vedic period were not acceptable to common people. Expansive Sacrificial ceremonies. The confusion of people about the ‘superstitious beliefs and mantras’. The highly philosophical nature of Read more…

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